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Old 08-14-2015, 11:06 AM   #1
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Looking for help from a Speed Triple or Daytona owner

If anyone would be willing to help, I'd be very grateful.

I'm looking for the bolt spacing for the rider foot peg bracket (rear set). If you get this measurement, please let me know what year the bike is.

I'm looking for options on fixing my Sprint, and as long as I'm going to be paying hundreds of dollars for replacement parts I figure I might as well get something adjustable (aftermarket), if I can make it fit. I kind of figure worst case is I have to get an aluminum plate and cut some new mounting brackets to get the bolt spacing I need, but if I can find something off-the-shelf, even better.
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Old 08-14-2015, 11:11 AM   #2
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Chris Burns with MC Cycles has my speed triple at his shop. he may be able to get the info for you if he sees this.
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Post a pic of what ur looking for....Ill get u the measurements when I get back home in a few.
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Just measured mine for you, 2006 Daytona 675, right at 69mm.
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Post a pic of what ur looking for....Ill get u the measurements when I get back home in a few.
See BuckNut's pic. I'm looking for mounting bolt spacing, center-to-center.

Looks consistent between the Daytona and S3 so far, as 69mm converts to 2.71x", and BNs looks like it'd fall right around 2-11/16"... Given the accuracy I can get out of the ruler positioning and picture angle I'd say within 1/32" makes them practically identical. Seems to be consistent with models I'm seeing show up on compatibility charts together.

Now I just need to measure what I've got this afternoon and see if I'm in the same neighborhood. The gear shift lever alone from Triumph is going to run me about $83 before shipping, and I can't seem to find one used that's less damaged than mine.
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See BuckNut's pic. I'm looking for mounting bolt spacing, center-to-center.

Looks consistent between the Daytona and S3 so far, as 69mm converts to 2.71x", and BNs looks like it'd fall right around 2-11/16"... Given the accuracy I can get out of the ruler positioning and picture angle I'd say within 1/32" makes them practically identical. Seems to be consistent with models I'm seeing show up on compatibility charts together.

Now I just need to measure what I've got this afternoon and see if I'm in the same neighborhood. The gear shift lever alone from Triumph is going to run me about $83 before shipping, and I can't seem to find one used that's less damaged than mine.
Ill measure it in a bit. If they are in fact the same Ive been eye balling some Chinese Knock offs on Ebay for my triple. I think they are $150 for the entire adjustable rear set.
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I think that might be the same setup I was looking at. I kind of figure that if nothing else, I just get a set of those and take a sheet of aluminum to make a new bracket to mount the peg assembly to the bike. Wouldn't be as adjustable, but as long as I can get them comfortable I don't see myself ever re-adjusting them.
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Mine is at 65mm
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I'm measuring ~69.7x mm (~2.75x in) with my digital calipers using the differential method (measure OD to OD on mounting bolts subtracting a single bilt dia to simulate cL to cL). Thanks guys, I think the 69mm measurement is close enough to try.
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Bucky, what year is your S3?
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